Formed by Noel Gallagher a year after leaving Oasis, the High Flying Birds are a rock band from the UK. Featuring the former guitarist, session pianist and drummer from Oasis as well as bassist Russell Pritchard from The Zutons, it’s a who’s who of the British indie rock scene. With three albums out and numerous world tours, the band will be landing in Tokyo in May before heading to Nagoya.
Tickets are available for two levels on both nigths – S costing ¥12,000 and A costing ¥10,000. The event will be held in the Aichi Arts Center close to Sakaemachi Station.
The Nagasaki Tall Ship Festival takes place in April each year in the spectacular backdrop of Nagasaki Harbor. Typically the event features a number of square rigged tall ships with their billowing sails providing a romantic glimpse into the bygone […]
Held at Tanzan Jinja Shrine both in spring and August, the Kemari Festival features beautiful processions, rituals and eventually a game of kemari. Wearing colorful robes from the 7th century, the priests enter the shrine and eventually play the traditional […]
Taking place every year on the the birthday of Showa-Emperor Hirohito, this festival has parades, processions and even a flea market. Forced to spend alternate years in the ancient capital, the Daimyo (local lords) would create grandiose displays to out-do […]
A horseback archery display between the trees, this is an impressive feat of skill on show in Kyoto once a year. Taking place annually on the third of May, this event takes place in the run up to Kyoto’s Aoi […]